Have you ever wondered how many calories you're burning during intercourse? How many thrusts? Speed of your thrusts? The duration of your sessions? Frequency? How many different positions you use in the period of a week, month or year? Ever
wondered how you stack up to other people from around the world?
Welcome to the future of wearable technology in the bedroom. Welcome to i.Con.
i.Con is the worlds first smart condom ring and will be available in 2017 from British Condoms exclusively.
Utilizing a Nano-chip and sensors, i.Con will measure and remember a number of different variables during your sessions. Once your session is completed, you will then be able to use the i.Con app to download your recent data which is paired to
the device using Bluetooth technology. Once you have downloaded your data, the i.Con will automatically clear its memory making way for your next session. It's extremely simple to use.
All data will be kept anonymous but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends, or, indeed the world. You will be able to anonymously access stats that you can compare with i.Con users worldwide.
The iCon will retail at £59.99 and will be available in stores worldwide.
i.Con will record:
- Calories burnt during sexual intercourse
- Speed of thrusts
- Total number of thrusts
- Frequency of sessions
- Total duration of sessions
- Average velocity of thrusts
- Girth measurement
- Different positions used (currently BETA testing -- will have more info in a release coming soon)
What the Bible actually says about sex robots, (give or take a letter)
Mordecai had a 'cousin' named Hadassah, whom he had bought up because she had neither father nor mother. This young woman, who was also known as Esther, had a lovely figure and was beautiful.
It's the worst sin. Sex robot users anger God and will go to HELL, Christian preachers spout.
Sex robots are warped copies of real humans and sinners who use them will be condemned to hell, leading Christians have claimed.
One sex robot named Samantha, 'who likes to be touched' and has eight different modes, including romantic and family mode, is already on sale worldwide. And now a few Christians have been whingeing to the Daily Star about the morality of sex
Dr Richard Land, president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary, in North Carolina, US, said:
Sex with a non-human is rebelling against God. The widespread use of sex robots could have catastrophic consequences for human relationships.
Referring to a passage in Corinthians 6 in the Bible, Dr Land said perverting God's purpose for sex is the worst kind of sin. He said:
The Bible is very clear that god created sex to make two people one person. Any sexual relationship that violates that purpose for sex is rebelling against God. That would include sex with a non-human, for instance a robot.
Dr Christopher Benek, religious commentator and pastor in South Florida, US, said someone who has sex with a robot risks separation from God and being sent to hell. In traditional Christianity, it is a sin to commit idolatry...the worship of an
idol, icon or statue.
A DUBLIN brothel leasing out a realistic sex doll has attracted hundreds of new customers...and now wants to expand worldwide.
The star attraction Passion Dolly has whopping 32EE boobs and responds to human contact
The Irish brothel made headlines last month after posting an advert on Dublin.BackPage.com offering punters the chance to rent out a lifelike sex doll for £80-an-hour. Now, another month on, one of the owners told Daily Star Online the
overwhelmingly positive response has given them impetus to expand the business rapidly. One of the owners said:
My idea is to expand the business to other cities and countries. Once we're more established in Dublin, we will try to expand throughout Europe.
Currently customers can visit eight stone Passion Dolly in one of the brothel's rooms for £80-an-hour or £40 per half hour.
This hyper-realistic sex robot filmed having an orgasm in a jaw-dropping video can now be bought for the first time.
The human-like erotic cyborg, named Samantha, has been programmed with eight different modes: family, entertainment, analysis, sleep and three sexy settings -- romantic, calm and nasty.
For around £2,500 customers can buy their very own sex robot.
Its creator, Dr Sergi Santos, from Barcelona, told Daily Star Online the experience of seeing Samantha climax will be surreal and comparable, if not better, than human sex. After months of fine tuning, Dr Santos, a scientist and academic, has
finally started selling his talking female androids through his robotics company, Synthea Amatus.
Her brain memory is stored on an SD card in a computer inside her head, which is attached to the voluptuous silicone body. Her body has pressure points, which are responsive to physical interaction and feedback to the brain. This means Samantha
can tell when you're getting excited because of penetration, speed and the way she got aroused
Samantha can be seen at Liberation sex shop in Covent Garden.
Dave Lampert is a husband, father, and rural Illinois farm boy. He is also the creator of what may be the world's most storied sex toy: the Sybian, a 22-pound, saddle-style appliance equipped with a gyrating, rotating dildo and clitoral
We launched quietly, without much advertising and not knowing exactly how the Sybian would be embraced, Lampert, now in his eighties and recently retired, told Vocativ. What would later follow could only be described as Sybian madness.
Within months, the thousand-dollar-plus machinery would gain an outsized reputation in the adult entertainment community -- and later, in a more mainstream world after live Sybian demos became a regular feature on the Howard Stern Show. Lampert
himself even appeared on the radio show once, coaxing a pornographic actress through what she estimated to be about 15 or 20 orgasms in less than five minutes.
Sex toys are banned in a backward corner of Georgia. The city of Sandy Springs enacted an ordinance in May 2004, banning the open display of vibrators and sex toys by retailers and requiring a doctor's prescription to purchase such a device.
The 11th Circuit of appeals courts will now hold an en banc rehearing (with all the judges from the court) on a challenge to the sex toy ban that it previously upheld citing a 2004 precedent.
The ban prompted a string of lawsuits arguing that the ordinance was an unconstitutional invasion of privacy. However a federal judge in Atlanta upheld the ban, and in August 2016, an 11th Circuit panel upheld that decision, saying that it was
bound by its 2004 ruling in Williams v. Attorney General ( Williams IV ), challenging a similar ban in an Alabama city. The appeals court noted at the time:
Although we are sympathetic to the Appellant's Fourteenth Amendment Due Process claim, we are constrained by our prior precedent in Williams IV , and we are obligated to follow it -- even though convinced it is wrong. The Appellants are free to
petition the court to reconsider our decision en banc, and we encourage them to do so.
Presumably a multiple judge hearing is able to overrule previous precedents.
Shortly after the news that the appeal court would hear a legal challenge to a city sex toy ban, the council has backed down and has now repealed the repressive law.
Sandy Springs City Council repealed the local law known as the sexual device ordinance. The local ordinance was patterned on one that had been adopted by the Georgia state legislature, but that was later invalidated, leaving Sandy Springs
as one of the few communities in Georgia which retains a similar ban. A council spokesperson said:
[The] code now matches up with state law regarding adult devices by not prohibiting the sale of such devices.
While council members refused to comment on the repeal after the vote, City Attorney Wendell Willard told reporters that the law, which was enacted in 2009 and has been the subject of several lawsuits, was unnecessary and expendable.
However it seems likely that the reson for the repeal was that the law's defence was proving too expensive. A council debate on the litigation revealed concerns that the city's insurance company balking at paying the legal bills for
some of the lawsuits the city has faced thanks to its restrictive adult business laws.
A brothel full of sex dolls has opened up in Barcelona, Spain.
Lumi Dolls offers four models that anyone can reserve for a set amount of time. Thanks to new technology , Lumi Dolls brags that its dolls are among the most realistic on the market -- and they cost around euro 120 per hour. The brothel offers
other services as well, including overnight stays and options for couples.
Each of the models come complete with a sort of character page on the Lumi Dolls website, which houses a description of the doll's anatomy, creative inspiration, and what to look forward to in the doll's room.
Noticeably absent from the Lumi Dolls cast are any male doll models. And it's not like the technology doesn't exist. It would seem that the company believes straight men are set to be the most lucrative market, at least for now.
Lumi Doll's products might not have artificial intelligence yet , but there are various sex doll companies working on implementing A.I. into their toys . Regardless, opening up a sex doll brothel is a step toward developing these sorts of
creations and services.
Fewer sex toys than children's toys contain dangerous chemicals, according to a new report by a Swedish inspection authority.
In its study conducted in 2016, 2% of the 44 surveyed sex toys that had been imported to Sweden contained banned chemicals, the Swedish Chemicals Agency (SCA) said. In a separate study the year before, the agency tested 112 children's toys in
Sweden and found 15% contained banned chemical substances, including lead. An inspector told AFP:
This was a bit surprising. This was the first time we did such a study.
Of the 44 sex toys examined, only one plastic dildo was found to contain a banned substance: chlorinated paraffins, which is suspected of causing cancer.
Three of the 44 examined sex toys, made of artificial leather and bondage tape, contained a type of phthalates used as a plasticiser at levels above a 0.1% threshold, the agency said. That specific type of phthalates is not banned in sex toys but
is on the EU list of chemicals of very high concern .